DF Clement Lenglet, 6 — Looked confident on the ball early on but struggled to deal with Huesca’s counters as he was left in one-on-one situations time and again.
FW Lionel Messi, 9 — Scored two brilliant goals and made another on another record-breaking night. Has now scored 20-plus league goals in each of the past 13 seasons.
GK Marc-Andre ter Stegen, 6 — Made a good early save from Pablo Maffeo but gave the penalty away and seemed more stuck to his line than usual.
DF Oscar Mingueza, 7 — The young defender looks increasingly at home in this Barca side. He had never even scored for the B team before heading in Messi’s second-half cross here.
MF Sergino Dest, 6 — Clearly loves playing as a right wing-back. Gets forward whenever he can, including forcing Alvaro Fernandez into an early save.
The Blaugrana weren’t at their best against Huesca but were clinical. Messi’s first goal was brilliant — as was Griezmann’s curler from 25 yards — and his second took his goal tally for the club to 661 on the night he matched Xavi’s appearance record.
MF Jordi Alba, 7 — Another good performance from the left-back on the day he returned to the Spain squad. Hit the bar in the first half and set up De Jong to hit the woodwork, too.
FW Antoine Griezmann, 6 — The French forward scored a stunning goal from 25 yards to take his tally for the season to 13 in all competitions.
DF Frenkie de Jong, 6 — Capable of playing in a back three, and pushed on here much more than he did against Paris Saint-Germain, even hitting the bar, but is much better as a midfielder.
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